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I'm having problems with my horse, I think its depressed. any advice?

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Are you man enough to manhandle a big creepy spider?
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No.2488523 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Whay kinds spider is this?
I'm in central america.

another Craigslist thread

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Holly shit guys check this dog's fucking eyebrows

Also whatever fucked shit you find on Craigslist. I love these threads
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At what point should Dog Owners should be held responsible for the actions of their dogs when they can't control them fully knowing they can't control them?
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Discuss all thingS SMASHED AND SLAMMED

Post your favorite MICROALIENTOADS! Tell a story about your Toadline!
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Anyone Know What Spider This Is

Dying Pines & Grass

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Soo... I rent a house. My landlord is cool, young guy, and... stubborn. He's pretty savvy on handyman stuff, but I don't think he knows what he's doing when it comes to the lawn.

Kicker is, nor do I. Somehow the pets are still alive after all this time, but when it comes to any sort of plant, even the ones that you can't kill they say, I somehow kill them.

Anyway, he's made and hooked up a irrigation system all by himself. Thing is, it keeps dying. I haven't checked the back yard in a bit (we keep the grass long because 1. I'm lazy, and 2. Landlord likes it long for the stray cats in the neighborhood, which is fine by me). But in the last month I've failed to check on it... it looks like it's just died.

Right now, there are two pine saplings, and all the grass is crispy, dried and brown. Again, might be obvious, but I don't know squat when it comes to caring for plants, so not sure if it's completely dead or if there is a chance still. The tree is about 75% green, with some brown needles. The other, however, is about 60% brown, or more, all at the top, with a little green at the bottom.

I started hand watering tonight, and watered the whole lawn (small, about 10ft x 40ft) for about 10 minutes, and put more emphasis on the two trees as I figured they would take more water, regardless. Any tips on helping recover the lawn?

I will call the landlord, but again, if he knows anything about lawn care, it looks like only a smidge more than me, which is nada.

PS - I'm located in Las Vegas... where the sun scorches everything. Also, I'll try to load pics tomorrow of the trees, as the pic now is just a sample from online, but its way to dark now. ... and I'm lazy.

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old thread

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Man I hate when my pet leaves a CREAMY LOG lying around.